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I'm looking for the best method to delete and replace a mailbox without deleting AD user account in SBS 2008 Exchange2007.  I know how to disable a mailbox (so it can delete in 30 days) but I'm unclear how to add a new one to the same user.  Will disabling the mailbox remove the Mailbox tag to allow me to associate the new mailbox to the existing user?
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Jamie McKillop earned 500 total points
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Hello,

Yes, you can disable the mailbox then mailbox enable the user, which will create a new mailbox.

-JJ
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That works for me, Thank you.
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